We start Proof reading once a word document got typed completely. We
also name it spelling and grammar checking. Hundreds of spelling errors
are corrected with the help of a dialogue box called spelling and
grammar dialogue box. Of course a virtual dictionary with possible
suggested words is listed.
You select the right word from the list to replace the wrongly typed
word. And the process goes ….on… until the end of the document, or up
to a point where from you are no more interested to continue Spelling
checking. Even a spelling Guru take help of this dialogue box to
check all the words got typed are correct before he finalize and send
it for printing.
Nobody knows how many errors you did while you were preparing the
document! Olden days you had a dictionary besides you always to make
sure that all what you had typed are correct.
The keyboard shortcut for proof reading is F7. Whoever creates a word
document should surely remember this key so that he can save lots of
time. Learning this particular keyboard shortcut is really fun! I
promise you that you don’t need to put any special effort to put this
key in your mind.
Once typing is complete make sure that you are at the beginning of the
document. Press F7 button now!. Word will start checking your
document from starting to end.
Now, remembering this key:
I will stop talking now but my pictures will start communicating with
you while you go through them one by one.
Go to picture number starting from one till the end.
The purpose of this article was to show you how F7 key is hidden in
By remembering it how simple it is going to be your future proof
reading in Microsoft word.
You have seen it and hopefully you have enjoyed it too.
Look at the word document now; you see a dialogue box appeared suddenly!